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    Nov 1999
    Jacksonville,, FL, USA.

    Default Louisville Terminal Area

    Name of Route: Louisville Terminal

    Version and Release Date: 1 1-28-21

    Description: Most L&N routes in/out of Louisville are included, as well as
    the Paducah & Louisville yard area. The former PRR route
    used by the South Wind is included as far as the Ohio R.

    Installation Method: single zip file

    Size of Download: less than 100mbt

    Size of Installed Route: 81 mbt

    Prototypical or ; Terminal, Switching:

    Freight or Passenger: Both until 1979, only freight after.

    Era or Genre: depends on era of route it becomes part of

    Location: Louisville, KY

    Length of Mainline:

    Length of Branches:

    Number of Branches: 0

    Number of Sidings:

    Number of Yards: 1 large, 1 small

    Mixture of Dual and Single Track: 50/50

    Level of Trackside Detail:

    Percentage of Scenery Completed: 0%

    FPS Specs, with qualifiers: Depends on rest of route it is used to create

    Activities Provided: 0

    Non-Default Consists or Rolling Stock Required in Activities: 0

    Add-In Track Sets: Xtracks, Mtracks

    Xtracks Required?, yes, Version: current

    Newroads Required?, yes, Version:

    Tsection.dat Build: 38 or later

    Freeware: Free.

    URL for More Information and Screenshots: N/A

    Known Problems: None

    Where it can be downloaded: library

    Extra information: The area around the union station on west Broadway has been wiped
    clean and the only tracks in the area are the PRR connector which
    was used by the South Wind. Further south, the K&IT line is in place
    which was used by Monon trains as a way to reach Union Station. And
    further south is the Southern (NS) line which crosses the L&N. The
    Paducah & Louisville offices are at the south end of the yard on the
    west side. On the west side of this yard there are large grain elevators.
    It would be necessary to enlarge the area of the route to the east but
    then one could add the General Electric Appliance Park. A Ford
    assembly plant is at the south side of the airport, east of Osbourne

    Designer's e-mail for more info: [email protected]
    Last edited by Nels_Anderson; 01-28-2021 at 07:52 AM. Reason: corrected title

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